Always On for Cloud Computing
Always-on availability, simple and adjustable resource management with secure and low cost application integration are essential for IT services that perform real-time transactions, data management and collaborative efforts across private cloud networks.
With cloud computing, downtime or data loss can quickly cripple workflow and impose substantial costs – from time and money spent on repairs and lapses in productivity, to the inability to meet service levels and compliance mandates. We are currently conducting a beta program for infrastructure management solution we’ve developed to ensure the reliability of applications in the cloud by dynamically matching availability to infrastructure resources.
When you combine Stratus’ Cloud Workload Services running on reliable hardware with applications from leading partners you’ll have always-on availability throughout your cloud infrastructure enabling you to:
- Protect on-demand cloud environments from failure, data loss and IT complexity
- Leverage automatic features that facilitate rapid deployment, ease-of-use and on line manageability and serviceability
- Implement highly automated, highly available cloud solutions that are easy to install, use and manage
- Prevent the loss of critical data
- Raise the bar for the highest levels of availability, operational efficiency and cost containment in cloud environments
We are running a beta program leveraging our solutions to address availability in cloud infrastructures. Stratus Cloud Workload Services for OpenStack leverages software defined availability to match infrastructure to applications quickly and easily saving you time and money.
Sign up today to be a part of our Stratus Cloud Workload Services Beta Program.
Stratus introduces new Cloud solutions at the OpenStack Summit in Paris.See the Video
Stratus has developed a new software product to address the need for business-critical availability for OpenStack-based private clouds. Read the latest from Moor Insights & Strategy.See the Analyst Report
Cloud computing allows companies to use IT resources as a service, taking advantage of shared applications, processing and storage managed within the cloud — either inside a private cloud at an internal data center, or in an external cloud at a service provider. Greater robustness of the virtualized servers supporting this new IT model will ensure a resilient cloud infrastructure capable of delivering “on-demand” access to users.See the White Paper
View this on-demand webcast, “The Future of Cloud Computing: Developing a Forward-Looking Strategy”, experts discuss what’s happening in cloud computing today, what’s on the horizon, and what it all means for your cloud strategy.See the Webinar